Great Olympics captain Dan Zeim Quaye has told the club to renounce their legal tussle with the Ghana Football Association and see how best they can resolve their internal bickering before they think of playing in the Ghana Premier League.
Olympics first filed for an interlocutory injunction on the start of the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League in a protest that Bechem United fielded an unqualified player against them during last term’s Ghana Premier League campaign, but the case was dismissed by an Accra Human Right Court.
And in their relentless effort to participate in the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League, Great Olympics has filed for a second injunction on the league which was scheduled to commence on Friday, March 2.
However, according to Quaye, his outfit is not ready to compete in the elite division due to their internal wrangling; therefore must put their house in order before harbouring any hopes of playing in the league.
“Great Olympics should accept to go to the division one and re-organize themselves before they can think of coming back to the premier,” Quaye told ASEDA FM.
“Anyone who will tell me there is no confusion within the management of Great Olympics is a big liar.”
“If they want to stay in the premier and make impact then they should stop the confusion and the troubles.”
The first hearing of the case has been set for March 15, 2018.
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